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An insta-classic dog film, superbly crafted genre cinema, and a canine fairytale that's sure to sweep audiences off their feet.
Sustaining an extreme level of tension the whole way through, Mitchell's teen horror opus is one of the best of its kind.
An existential masterpiece.
A delicate, loving tribute to one of music's gentle giants.
A documentary on director Alex Sichel's cancer diagnosis and her decision to direct an optimistic film around her experience.
An intense, vicious screed against political corruption aimed directly at the rotten heart of the Russian government.
A nostalgic music doc full of musical OMG moments.
The Northern Ireland conflict gets further coverage from Yann Demange in this thrilling British film.
For lovers of intelligent suspense and sickly dark humor, Faults is home.
Darkly comedic, a small-time con artist gets by in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A modern whodunit is immensely entertaining and surprisingly sweet.
A gripping courtroom drama surrounding an Israeli woman's divorce.
The loneliness of a small town and the effects of a guilt-ridden tragedy combine in this understated film.
The vampire mockumentary you didn't know you needed.
Kingsman is a gloriously entertaining, sadistic 21st-century attitude adjustment for the sub-genre that Bond built.
Mary Dore's blistering portrait of the Women's Liberation Movement is as entertaining as it is educational.
A psychology-driven sports doc that illuminates why Russia's hockey team was so good for so long.
Pilots of the Arab-Israeli war tell their tale in this affecting documentary.
'Hard to Be a God' is a masterpiece 40 years in the making that's both revolutionary and revolting.
Dolan's fifth film is a shock to the system, a powerful, personal tale about enduring love.
Peter Strickland’s 'The Duke of Burgundy' is not your average fairy tale love story involving BDSM.
A bisexual Brooklynite hilariously suffers through a break-up and her Iranian family's expectations.
Eastwood and Cooper pay respects to late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle with a cerebral, intimate soldier's tale.
In DuVernay's grounded character portrait, MLK ain't no saint.
The Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc, are worshiped filmmakers in the art-house community. They have been impressing audiences since 1996’s The Promise and are among the distinguished few who...
It's hard to imagine Leigh, Spall, and their team improving upon what they put forth in this transcendental masterpiece.
A genuine experience that will leave you completely nourished. A cat’s whisker away from being a masterpiece.
Cheryl Strayed's memoir gets a worthy screen adaptation with outstanding performances.
The repeated upheavals of one man's life shown in a supernatural and transcendent way. One of the year's biggest cinematic achievements.
The year's best horror film toys with our childhood fears and darkest thoughts.
Theo Love has directed and edited an intense and surprisingly affective investigational documentary. And the only reason I say “surprising,” is because one wouldn’t think a subject like this...
A lonely vampire girl preys on the bad men of her city in this atmospheric and near-perfect Iranian indie horror-western.
The Penn State child sex abuse scandal with Jerry Sandusky and Joe Paterno gets a documentary treatment.
A chilling true crime tale makes for some of the year's most compelling performances.
Famous theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking is an extraordinary man with monumental achievements, advancing our understanding of how the universe works while simultaneously battling a disease that left him nearly paralyzed...
We live in the era of superhero movies, so it's only fitting for one of America's greatest heroes to get a proper origin story.
Nighttime vultures circling around the cynical, cruel world of newsworthy accidents and tragedies are depicted with delectably compelling malice in Dan Gilroy’s directorial debut, Nightcrawler. Hitting home runs with...
A campus-set satire that keenly observes black identity and finds humor in the absurdity of "post-racial" America, Justin Simien's blistering debut provides ample food for thought.
Vividly imagined, Iñárritu provides his most stunning and bizarre work to date.
Edet Belzberg provides a compelling and compassionate view of those who fight for the rights of humanity and the victims of genocide in her latest documentary.
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